Show #4866 - Monday, November 7, 2005

2005 College Championship quarterfinal game 1.
From the RBC Center in Raleigh, North Carolina.


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Antonia Wang, a sophomore at Purdue University from Carmel, Indiana

Beth Cimini, a junior at Boston University from East Longmeadow, Massachusetts

Christopher Chilton, a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from Holly Springs, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Kwame Nkrumah, later a pioneer of independence for this continent's colonies, went to Pennsylvania's Lincoln University
    $200 4
The Sultan,
    $200 26
This capital of Venezuela has a population of about 3 million
    $200 11
Arranging a lovers' meeting in a crypt is a really bad idea--just look at Act V, Scene 3 of this play
    $200 16
Sorry, this company doesn't Supersize its Fruit & Walnut or California Cobb salads
    $200 21
In French, the name of this fancy dining room fixture means "something that holds candles"
    $400 2
In 1993 Google co-founder Sergey Brin graduated from Maryland with honors in math & this field
    $400 7
Cruella de Vil
    $400 27
Calcutta was once the capital of India; this "New" city was made the capital in 1931
    $400 12
Never promise anybody a pound of this; Antonio did, & Shylock tried to collect it (ouch!)
    $400 17
If you need to drop a couple of hundred pounds, try this chain's 6" Turkey or Veggie Delite sandwiches
    $400 22
The name of the U.S. state is partly from the French word for "green"
    $600 3
Dwight Eisenhower lived in the same Kansas home from the age of 8 until he went off to this school at age 20
    $600 8
The Blue Fairy,
    $600 28
It's the northernmost capital city in mainland North America
    $600 13
Never trust a woman whose words are too flattering--like Goneril in this play
    $600 18
Ring up a lower-fat meal by asking for a "Fresco Style" Chalupa or Gordita at this restaurant
    $600 23
This synonym for bravery comes from the Old French for "heart"
    $800 5
This 19th century "Children's Hour" poet attended Bowdoin College & returned to teach there
    $800 9
Jane Porter
    $800 29
One of the 2 national capital cities located on the island of Hispaniola
    $800 14
Losing a hanky might lead to some deadly hanky-panky--I learned it from this play
    $800 19
Try this franchise's Crispy Caesar Salad & a Lil' Bucket Strawberry Shortcake for dessert
    $800 24
The name of this type of vehicle is a shortened version of the French for "walking hospital"
    $1000 6
In 1944 he entered Atlanta's Morehouse College as a 15-year-old struggling with religions doubts
    $1000 10
King Louie
    $1000 30
South Africa actually has 3 capitals: Bloemfontein, Cape Town & this one
    DD: $2,500 15
Heed this "Hamlet" character's advice that "the apparel oft proclaims the man"
    $1000 20
Have it your fat-conscious way with the Fire-grilled Shrimp Garden Salad or the Croissan'wich from here
    $1000 25
This word for an alpine cottage comes from the Swiss French for "shelter"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Christopher Beth Antonia
$200 $5,900 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Christopher Beth Antonia
$4,000 $7,100 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

I GOT 3 As, MOM!
(Alex: And in this category, each correct response will have 3 "A"s.)
    $400 1
She turned heads as a cheerleader at North Myrtle Beach High before turning letters on "Wheel of Fortune"
    $400 6
(Hi, I'm Bill Rancic of The Apprentice.) My boss Donald Trump has made this 2-word catchphrase his own; I just hope he never says it to me
    $400 26
Of the U.S. coins currently being minted, it's the smallest in size
    $400 11
Make a statement about the infantilization of consumers with a foof chair, which resembles this "bag" chair
    $400 18
At the 2005 British Open, this "Golden Bear" played in what he said would be his final major golf tournament
    $400 13
In legend, this pure knight found the Holy Grail
    $800 2
In June 2005 more than 230,000 attended this 86-year-old North Carolinian's New York Crusade
    $800 7
Celebrities who've appeared on this show, now on VH1, include Corey Feldman & Bronson Pinchot
    $800 27
Before the euro, the peseta in this country equaled 100 centimos
    $800 12
You can find a floral bedding ensemble from these "N Things", founded in 1975
    $800 19
FDR gave his final one of these radio addresses June 12, 1944
    $800 14
The 2 U.S. states that fit the category (sorry, Alabama has 4)
    $1200 3
Like his late dad, "The Intimidator", this NASCAR hotshot has also made a career on the fast track
    $1200 8
Evan Marriott, a construction worker, was the prize up for grabs on this series
    $1200 28
This national park noted for its geysers was placed on a commemorative U.S. silver dollar in 1999
    $1200 23
Evoke psychedelia with this type of poster whose fluorescent colors glow in the dark under UV radiation
    $1200 20
First performed in London in 1896, "The Grand Duke" was the final one of their Savoy operettas
    $1200 15
Sing out this 2-word musical term, from the Italian from "in the manner of a choir"
    $1600 4
This fiery civil rights leader seen here hails from Greenville, South Carolina
    $1600 9
On this show in 2003, Trista gave Ryan the final rose, he gave her a ring & they were later married on TV
    DD: $2,000 29
Of the 12 words that appear on every currently circulated U.S. quarter, this Latin word is the shortest
    $1600 24
Instead of a car or a girlfriend, consider a screensaver of the High Gothic cathedral in this Northwest French city
    DD: $5,000 21
In contrast to James Joyce, Joseph Heller titled his final novel "A Portrait of an Artist" as this
    $1600 16
Pertaining to farmers, it means rural or agricultural
    $2000 5
Internet users have South Carolina-born sci-fi author William Gibson to thank for this 10-letter term
    $2000 10
One "Survivor" locale was the Shaba Game Reserve in this country
    $2000 30
It's the "silly" nickname for Canada's one-dollar coin
    $2000 25
These storage blocks seen here lend an airy, geometric touch to a space
    $2000 22
In 1955 this admiral made his fifth & final expedition to Antarctica
    $2000 17
Any land of promise, it's the Biblical name of Palestine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Christopher Beth Antonia
$3,200 $21,700 $7,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

He declined the offer to lead a country & once said, "Politics is for the present... an equation is... for eternity"

Final scores:

Christopher Beth Antonia
$1 $28,900 $11,300
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Christopher Beth Antonia
$3,200 $16,800 $6,800
13 R,
5 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,800

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Game tape date: 2005-10-01
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